Viktor + Rolf Spring 2014 PFW
Remember the days when uniforms were all you could wear to school? The Viktor & Rolf Spring 2014 collection not only brings back those memories, but encourages you to sport some of those looks again. We’re not talking about stuffy academia attire, these are updated, chicer takes on crested blazers and knee-length skirts. Designers Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren were definitely inspired by those endless hallways and that chalkboard smell. This is schoolgirl chic at its finest.
This season’s gorgeous and now very familiar face Marine Deleeuw is wearing the asymmetric number half-sleeve number (above). Blazers that feel every bit rocker as they do straight A student. In fact, no sleeves are what’s trending here. Whether in button-up shirt or dress variations, these are the sets to wear for springtime. Pleated plaid skirts feel refreshingly new along with a few sweaters with a take on an argyle-esque pattern.
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Colors stay pretty standard in white, navy, grey and black shades. A single bright blue printed collared shirt is the showiest of all the looks. The swirly print is quite alluring, plus, the black and white paired skirt is tailored perfection. A key look this season, the full long shorts, really standout.
Punk embellishments of safety pins and studs accented many of these looks, showing that even every good schoolgirl has a little ‘bad girl’ attitude inside. Plus, those patent leather loafers are super charming. You can almost hear that school bell ringing. The gorgeous and now familiar face we’ve been noticing this season is Marine Deleeuw (wearing the assymtric number), is fdmLOVES VIKTOR & ROLF Spring 2014 selects by Brigitte Segura, written by Allison Ripa.
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